On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 11:30 AM, Phillip Lord
> Lennart Borgman <lennart.borgman@...> writes:
>>> this is, for the most part, the same conversation that paul and i have
>>> had (perhaps several times) - the move from subversion to git is not
>>> required, either now or after the next stable release, and (to be
>>> fair) will likely involve at least minor pain; but i do see benefit in
>>> this move on several levels - including *PR* for the jdee, given git's
>>> rapidly (and justified, IMHO) increasing popularity. (i don't know
>>> how many avid git users there are on this list, but i've seen at least
>>> a couple mentions of the jdee in github repos, including copies/forks
>>> of the source.)
>> Wouldn't it be better to move to bazaar since that is what Emacs will do?
> It does git as well, as it happens. Actually, I've sort of moved from
> bzr to git because Emacs DVC works better with git for me.
The main repository for Emacs sources will use bazaar. I feel
confident that bazaar will work very well with Emacs.
> Bottom line is, the advent of distributed versioning may be a good
> thing, but the flip side is that there are now multiple systems where
> their used to be just CVS or SVN. If we can get a new release of JDEE
> out, this would be the main thing. After that, if we choose to move, I'd
> suggest we just vote on what to move to rather than argue the merits of
> different DVC systems; I've seen enough threads about that to last a
> lifetime and would love to avoid another.
Ah, yes ;-)